Hossein Mollaghasemi, a former wrestler for the Iranian national team, died on April 24, 2022. He died in a hospital in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, at the age of 89.

Hossein Mollaghasemi
Hossein Mollaghasemi

Mollaghasemi earned a silver medal in the -62kg freestyle at the 1957 World Championships. He later switched to Greco-Roman wrestling and competed in the Summer Olympics in 1960 and 1964.

He was the captain of Iran’s Greco-Roman wrestling team at the 1974 Asian Games, where Iran won eight gold medals.

He was the nephew of Mahmoud Mollaghasemi, a silver medalist in the 1951 World Championships and a bronze medalist in the 1952 Olympics.

The Tehran Times expresses its condolences to its family, friends, and loved ones. Fans are searching for how he died. But no information has been released on how did Hossein Mollaghasemi die.

He won a silver medal as a freestyle featherweight at the 1957 World Championships. He then switched to Greco-Roman wrestling and won.

Hossein Mollaghasemi was born on March 15, 1933, in Tehran, Iran, and is currently 89 years of age.

Who Is Hossein Mollaghasemi Wife?

Despite the fact that he was known as a freestyle wrestler, he keep stuff about his personal life away from the spotlight.

There are no records on whether he married or not. Perhaps, his death may push his supposed wife to come out to utter a word or two.


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